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SongCraft Presents 101 - Songwriting With Sean Rowe.
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After applying volume automation, what can you do if the overall track is too loud in the mix?
Remove the peaks with a compressor
Remove the peaks with a limiter
Use a trim plug-in
Delete the automation and start all over again!
What’s important to keep in mind when working on a very live recording of a songwriter?
To use the first take
To use the best plug-ins you can afford to do justice to the song
To use processing sparingly to enhance the mix in a subtle way
To avoid using overdubs
For Sean Rowe, what is the first step when creating a new song?
Making up melodies with dummy words
Picking a topic
Programming a beat
How many reverb types were used when mixing the song?
Which plug-in was used on the bass?
NI Guitar Rig
Logic’s Bass Amp Designer
Softube Bass Amp Room
IK Multimedia AmpliTube
How was the “pedal steel” effect created?
With a real pedal steel guitar!
With volume swells
What polar pattern was used on the guitar mic to reject as much of the vocal as possible?
How was the bass recorded?
With an Audio Technica ATM35
With a Neumann U47
With an Electro Voice RE20
How was Mike able to match the timing of the back vocals to Sean’s vocal?
With Elastic Audio
By recording perfect takes
By matching the phrasing with VocalALign Pro
With Flex Pitch
When cowriting, it is often a good idea to split up and continue the writing process into different room. True or false?
SongCraft Presents 101
Songwriting With Sean Rowe
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